Q Filter QM2105
A must for dj's! Sweepable digital second-order filter for kewl mixing effects.A must for dj's! Sweepable digital second-order filter for kewl mixing effects.
QM2105 is a second-order filter. It features lowpass, bandpass and highpass outputs that can be mixed, a frecuency adjustment, and a Q-Factor (overshoot) selector. Comes with a time-constant controlled frecuency control.Download plugin
|August 8, 2001 by Marc S. Ressl||76964 downloads|
Staff reviewSolid filter for Winamp
This is a great tool for producers and mp3 dj's alike. Works for creating neat sweeping efx or for isolating frequencies. Nice interface as well.
Doesn't work after removing the adware - As said by another reviewer, this plugin contains adware and trojans en masse, your virus scanner will immediatelly get triggered. Once all the rubbish is eliminated, the plugin will not load and cannot be configured. The installation screen mentions the existence of an adware free version from the homepage of the author, which eventually links to a site which did not contain any related software. Finally, I cannot comment on the functionality of the plugin itself. - January 2, 2007 by Max B
The best filter ever - This is good. Very good. With this you can make the base sound beter or treble. I think it should worth downloaded - August 7, 2003 by Slider Adrian
Cold War? - No Thanks! - July 15, 2002 by Henry Mason
ADWARE INSIDE! - This program has adware inside. I would have given better rating if it had TOLD us that before download. - January 18, 2002 by dj bear
Nice Plug in ...BUT!!! - I have to say this was a VERY Good Plug-in for winamp I would of given it a 5 Stars BUT This Plug-in Drived Ad-Aware Mad - Its coverd with Spyware - November 5, 2001 by Stewart Wood
Q Filter QM2105 - nice tool very nice thanx alot - August 9, 2001 by Ryan Kruzan
This is really cool! - Being myself a software DJ I simply have to say: WOW! This is great for progressively sliding to a new song, and the Q-factor sounds very 303-ish! Most people probably won't use it, but I think it deserves a five star rating! - August 9, 2001 by Julian Perez